By Ling-Mei Wong
Chinatown groups met to discuss real estate developments, education and community health. The Chinatown Coalition met April 10 and the Chinatown/South Cove Neighborhood Council met April 21.
The TCC met at the Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center for its monthly meeting. A project update on improving Tremont Village, an affordable housing complex, was given by Angie Liou, director of real estate, Asian Community Development Corporation (ACDC).
Ayanna Pressley, Boston city councilor-at-large, talked about her work with liquor license reform, trauma support services and the Committee on Healthy Women, Families and Communities. To promote sex and health education for Boston Public Schools, she will host the second Empowerment Day on sexual violence on April 26 at Northeastern University.
South Cove Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center board director Helen Chin-Schlichte reported the new facility at Quincy Point is almost completed, with the ribbon-cutting ceremony taking place April 29.
The Greenway Conservancy is hiring, said Jesse Brackenbury, the new executive director. More information is available at www.rosekennedygreenway.org/jobs.
The CNC met at the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association for its monthly meeting. ACDC presented again on improvements for Tremont Village.
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